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Fenway Park Fenway Park
Feel the passion of Red Sox fans as they cheer on the boys of summer at iconic Fenway Park. When the boys aren't in town, catch soccer matches, concerts and sports events at the oldest MLB stadium in America.
Freedom Trail Freedom Trail
Retrace the steps of our founding fathers as you stroll the 2.5 miles of red-brick pathways that lead you to 14 important historical sites throughout the city - from Boston Common to the USS Constitution.
Faneuil Hall Marketplace Faneuil Hall Marketplace
Dubbed the "Cradle of History" by our founding fathers, this is the place where the earliest revolutionaries met to discuss change. Today's Faneuil Hall delivers Boston's most authentic shopping, dining, and entertainment experience.
Museum of Fine Arts Museum of Fine Arts
Discover the impressive collection of fine and contemporary art from around the world, including photographs, fashion, musical instruments, textiles, and Egyptian artifacts.
Boston Public Garden Boston Public Garden
Acres of meandering pathways lead you through lush landscapes, creating an oasis of tranquility in the heart of Boston. Take a swan boat tour and transport yourself back to Victorian times.
Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum
Step into the Venetian palazzo-inspired museum and discover one woman's unyielding passion and persistence and the amazing works by the Grand Masters.
New England Aquarium New England Aquarium
Encounter amazing marine life from oceans of the world. From penguins and sharks to seadragons and stingrays, the New England Aquarium is a fun family experience in downtown Boston.
TD Garden TD Garden
As New England's largest sports and entertainment arena, TD Garden is the home of the storied NHL's Boston Bruins and NBA's Boston Celtics franchises and hosts over 3.5 million people a year at its world-renowned concerts, sporting events, family shows, wrestling, and ice shows.
Prudential Center Prudential Center
Get a bird's eye view of Greater Boston from the Prudential Skydeck, towering 700 feet over the city. Enjoy high-end shopping, trendy dining and entertainment in Boston's Back Bay neighborhood.
Boston Tea Party Ships & Museum Boston Tea Party Ships & Museum
Explore this interactive museum that will walk you through the earliest days of the American Revolution. Meet Samuel Adams and even dump tea into the harbor.
Samuel Adams Brewery Samuel Adams Brewery
Get a true taste if Boston with a Sam Adams Brewery tour at the birthplace of the American craft beer revolution. Sample new brews and learn the art of beer making where it all began, Boston.
Shopping Shopping
Discover the intellectual side of Boston. This historic city is home to the country's most elite colleges and universities, including Boston College, Boston University, and Harvard University.